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on west ladimer avenue. if anybody else saw a similar vehicle around 10:20 they are being asked to give police call. the past couple of days have been violent for police in some parts of the bay area. four shootings by officers ended with four people dead. the first three shootings happened on saturday, then early sunday another in hayward. police say an officer with a civilian in the car stopped to check out a parked car on fletcher lane in hay ward. the driver tried to speed away hitting an open door of the parole car. the officer opened fire hitting and killing a passenger in the suspect's car. police say the officer feared for his life and the lives of the civilian. >> it's unfortunate i mean, if people would comply, it's my experience, if you comply, you don't end up in the situation. >> early saturday morning officers in san francisco shot a man who raised a gun at them. and later that day officers in san jose shot a suspect during
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a chase. several hours after that, police in union city killed another man with a gun. the mystery surrounding a teddy bear with a purple heart medal left at a memorial has been sold. our sister station cap ptured the imagine of a man leaving the purple heart. later a deputy got a later from the man saying in part the bear reflects. love of community, the red ribbon for the bloodshed in the line of community. the purple heart for the sacrifice above and beyond all duty. the police department says it was deeply moved. a man has been arrested for stealing flowers from the memorial. police say ken maffei took the flowers, and he says he purchased the flowers but couldn't produce a receipt. the public memorial service
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for loren butch baker and elizabeth butler will be held thursday at noon at hp pavilion in downtown san jose. san francisco police are trying to track down an assault rifle stolen from an unmarked police car. on saturday night someone broke into the lost vehicle on mission street and grabbed the ar saw rifle. that type of gun is given to specially trained officers who may use it during incidents like a barricaded suspect. san francisco police have sent out an alert to other agencies to try and recover a weapon. in losts to, the touchdown -- los gatos, the town is considering a moratorium on gun sales. trying to come up with long- term guide license for the sale of weapons. they meet tonight. templar sports. only los gatos retailer selling guns would be able to continue gun sales. building inspectors in san francisco are expected to meet to go over the damage caused by
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a massive sinkhole. last week's sinkhole forced engineers o engineers to red tag three homes. two other homes are being watched in case soil conditions change. >> that was a pretty crazy day. >> a lot of people were affected by that. >> you're asleep and suddenly you wake up and everything gets flooded and you wonder what is going on. great weekend. >> , it was a fantastic weekend. today a little bit cooler. we have more clouds moving in. drizzle out toward the coastline. as we head through the day, trying to clear things out through most spots. cloudy skies, temperatures not too bad and that's because of the cloud cover, mainly in the 40s outside. we have 50 degrees in san jose, 48 in san francisco, and 48 in oakland. high pressure holding on for one last day but rather weak ridge. this is going to move out and that's going to let the cold front slide on by.
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not until tomorrow tomorrow afternoon we start to talk about rain. temperatures on average low to mid-60s. today will be below the average in san francisco. only about 55 degrees. there 62 and sunshine isn't the san jose and 62 trees in livermore. more on the -- 62 degrees in lever mother. and we'll check -- livermore. we'll check on the roadways with gianna franco. they have not turned the metering lights on. traffic is pretty busy mostly in the cash lanes. once you get past, a look at the conditions on bay bridge toward the island. if you're making your way up the incline, on the another live shot of the bay bridge you can see traffic, well, we lost, that, no delays come off the east shore freeway. westbound 580 at 680, the accident blocking the middle lane, traffic busy as you work your way out of the altamont
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pass. 30 minutes to the dublin interchange. thank you well, as if getting o to a giants game isn't pricey enough, the city of san francisco will charge you extra for the metering parking spots around the ballpark. cate cauguiran is live at at&t park this morning with more on the price hike. more money out of our pockets. >> reporter: that's exactly right. they're calling it event metering rates. starting today, if you park near at&t park, it's going to cost you. the idea is to better manage increased parking demand. transit leaders say too many drivers circle the area slowing down muni buses and causes congestion. they are expected to free up spots in south beach and mission bay. normally it will be 25-cents per hour and during games ask events, rates will jump to 5 to
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$7 an hour depending on how far you park from the park. these will start at 6:00 p.m. and go onto 10:00 p.m. during weeknights. transit leaders said they had feed back, did communicate with local businesses and neighbors residents in this area. cate cauguiran kpix 5 reporting live. and this isn't the first time san francisco has targeted parking in that area. parking officials extended metered parking into the evacuation three years ago after -- eveningings three years ago. the big light show is expected this week on the bay bridge. a computerized choreography of 25,000led lights. tomorrow the real show begins and waterford restaurants and bars expect a bump in busy for months to come. >> the lights are so pretty, absolutely excellent. i can imagine the people that will enjoy this over the years. >> the lights will continue for nearly two years every night
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from dusk to 2:00 a.m., and organizers call the privately funded $8 million project the worldest largest light sculpture. new this morning, catholic cardinals are starting the process of selecting a replacement for the retired pope benedict xvi. they're discussing when to start the conclave. the complicated voting procedure to select the new pope. >> you have to have somebody who's willing to govern, not just pastorly, but the universe in mind to see the administration is better ordered not that he has to do it himself. the cardinals will discuss problems within the church including finances and sex abuse scandals. conclave comes as a former cardinal from scottland is apologizing for his sexual conduct. keith o'brien released a statement saying his conduct fell below the standards
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expected of him. the statement offered no specifics but there has been allegations that e he abused four men studying to be priests in the 1980s. he resigned as cardinal in november. time is 6:10. let's put queen elizabeth this the hospital for the first time in a decade. knock down walls to get a closer look at a deadly florida sinkhole, what's been recovered from the rubble. and how the viral dance crazy cost australian miners their jobs. >> seems like having harmless fun, do we agreement. and gooey, pepper jack cheese. 9 pm. you know what that means... we turn into werewolves. udno d ie...rt sta serving my late night munchie meals at nine. for six bucks you get 2 tacos, halfsie fries, and a drink, plus one of 4 awesome new entrées, like the stacked grilled cheese burger. it's 9:37, you know what that means...
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with 4000 videos up loaded daily, the harlem shake is the latest internet crazy. 8 miners performed the dance australian gold mine butt boss fired up to 15 people. many of them were making six figure salaries. in a dismissal letter, they cited the stunt as a safety issue and wouldn't comment any further. >> i don't know, i guess we won't be trying that here. >> the idea came up but i think we play it safe. >> i don't think i'd be very good at it anyway. over to the bay bridge, traffic is really stacking up as you work your way through. they finally turned on the metering lights. and passing the pay gates, jumping over to 880. this is northbound near the
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coliseum. flashing lights there on the right side. and maybe a disabled vehicle they're trying to clear off the freeway. not causing any problems as you work north or southbound 880. elsewhere, 580, 680. westbound 580 as you appropriate 680 interchange, they cleared it to the right shoulder. traffic is improving a little bit but been slow through alta pass. slow and go coming out of tracy from 205 pretty much way through the altamont pass. 31 minutes now. give yourself extra time. eastbound 580 at greenville. a counter commute direction, the road work, left lanes will be blocked until 11 this morning. 101, not a bad ride. good news for peninsula commuters. no delays as you work both directions. 280 looking good as well. we saw delays earlier
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southbound 280 right around the 4:00 hour. that's been cleared for the last at least hour and a half at least. as you work your way northbound and southbound 101 out of marin county. so far so good, south 101, 580 to the golden gate bridge plaza, a 14 minute ride. no delays northbound 101. mass translooks good as well. coming out of fremont, so far a 6 minute delay. not too much of a problem. caltrain, muni, all looking good and. south bay commute has been pretty nice this morning. we are seeing slight delays on the northbound side of 101. and southbound crossing in with nice speed, northbound 101 not too bad, and our drive times in san jose looking good as you head through the south bay, guadalupe parkway, still in the green, and live look at the conditions in the silicon valley. >> cruising right along.
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dry conditions out there. that may change. we have a storm on the horizon. that will be headed our way. a lot of clouds this morning. drizzle toward the coastline. report offense delays -- reports of delays at sfo. the clouds thick in spots. cooler temperatures as a result. right not too bad, mainly in the 40s. still lingering clouds, and that will keep the temperatures cooler in the 50s. 50s and eloy 60s inside -- and 60s inside the bay. and mild conditions inland. high pressure holding on for one last day. rather a weak ridge and you have this system off the coastline. that's going to slide our direction in the next 24 hours, and tomorrow afternoon we start talking about rain outside. wet weather to make a return. let's see if we can time it out for you. low clouds and fog this morning, starting to clear out toward the afternoon. and then as we look toward tomorrow, the clouds roll in. not until late in the day and by the evening commute, could be wet around the bay area.
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showers moving on and off into wednesday and possibly thursday as well. and then it looks like we'll dry things out on friday. sfo, looking at delays there at 54 minutes. headed around the country, possible delays, in denver, chicago, and into new york. temperatures running in the 50s and 60s outside. next cup roll of daysings -- couple of days. rainmaking its way. and this weekend looking nice. frank mallicoat has left his facebook account open, and you guys are having a great time with it. >> i don't know what you're talking about. >> i can't wait to see all of frank's posts today. >> innocent parties. >> lawrence, thanks. all that remains this morning of a florida home swallowed by a sinkhole are just a few walls. crews spent all day sunday carefully demolishing the house. they managed to salvage keepsakes for the family who lives there. a man who was inside the home
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is presumed dead. engineers hope to be able to see inside the crater later today. a baby born against all odds in new york has died this morning. the infant's parents were on their way to the hospital for delivery when their cab was struck by a bmw. the pregnant woman was thrown from the car. doctors were able it to deliver the baby before she died, but the infant survived for a few days. the driver of the car that hit the cab ran from the scene and remains on the run. queen elizabeth ii is being treated for a stomach infection. she symptoms of gastroenteritis for several days, before entering the hospital yesterday. the last time the queen was hospitalized was back in 2003 when she had knee surgery. california republicans well, they have chosen a new leader, former state senator
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jim brulte was elected state chairman yesterday. after sweeping losses in the november election. brulte has promised to focus on fundraising and voter outreach. coming audiotape the 6:45 -- coming up at 6:45 melissa griffin will be onset talking about it. the baby inspiring new hope in the fight against aids. and it may be the craziest buzzer beater ever, the shot that caused mayhem at a high school basketball game. major league soccer season is
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gather here in rome. >> once they all arrive they can have a start date for the conclave. >> they have plenty of other business to discuss. switching from wintry weather around the bay. and the stage is set for a spectacular lights show on the bay bridge. >> bodacious, would be the best thing we can think of. it's just bodacious. >> come down here on tuesday night at 9 and see for yourself. from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on kpix 5 news this morning. good morning everyone. it's monday march 4th i'm michelle griego. >> and i'm elizabeth wenger. frank has the morning off. time is 6:30. developing news in the south bay. police in campbell are investigating the city's first homicide in nearly six years. kpix 5's reporter elissa harrington is live with more on what police are saying so far. good morning. >> reporter: good morning,
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we're learning more about the victim. he's a teenager who lived here in campbell. he was found suffering from gunshot wounds late last night and was taken to the hospital where he was later pronounced dead. police got the call at around 10:20. when they arrived, they found 18-year-old richard vega on the ground badly injured. he was taken to the hospital for emergency surgery but was pronounced dead shortly after midnight. police at this point have no suspect description but a witness did see a dark sedan heading east on west vladimir avenue. a neighbor says this street is quiet. it's full of apartments and families and the only trouble he's been aware of recently is some car break-ins. >> usually this is happening somewhere else, when it happens right on your doorstep, it is shocking. >> reporter: this is the first homicide in campbell in nearly six years. the last was in november of
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2007. it happened about 2 miles from here on sunny oaks avenue and was also a shooting death. police are asking the public for help. they want to hear from anybody who might have seen a dark vehicle leaving this area last night at around 10:30. they are searching for a motive, a suspect and that car. elissa harrington kpix 5. police say they are investigating all possibilities. police were involved in several deadly shootings all around the bay area this weekend. four people were killed by officer gunfires, three times on saturday and again early sunday morning. that's when hay ward police say an officer with a civilian ride along stopped to get a parked car. the driver tried to speed way hitting an open door of the parole car. the officer opened fire in defense of the civilian's life and his own. the driver was captured but the
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passenger was already dead. >> it's unfortunate. if people would comply, it's been my experience when they comply, you end up in this situation. early saturday morning, officers in san francisco shot a man who allegedly raised a gun at them. later that day officers in san jose chased a man then shot him. several hours later, police in union city killed a gunman. the mystery surrounding a teddy bear with a purple heart medal left at a memorial for the santa cruz police officers killed last week, a man left it and didn't say a word. a deputy got a letter from the man saying in part the bear reflects the community, the red ribbon for the bloodshed and the purple heart for the sacrifice above and beyond all duty. place sate department was deeply moved by this gesture. the public memorial service
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for detective loren butch bake and are baker and elizabeth butler will be held on thursday. the suspect in a las vegas strip shooting and crash that killed three people is expected in a los angeles courtroom today. it's an extradition hearing for 26-year-old amar harris. accused of killing aspiring rap artist kenny harris. it ended in car crash that killed two more people. harris was arrested in la on thursday. san francisco police are looking for an assault rifle stolen from an unlocked police car. someone broke a car window on mission street and grabbed the ar rifle. that's given to specially trained officers who may use it during incidents like a barricaded suspect. san francisco place have sent out an alert to other agencies to try ask recover that weapon. other bay area headlines, a woman caught breaking into a san francisco home held police off with a shotgun for more
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than two hours. residents of alliance street home called 911 after they found their house being burglarized yesterday afternoon. officers talked the 22-year-old suspect into dropping the gun and a hatchet and eventually surrendering,. in los gatos, the town council will consider a moratorium on gun sales. it will give them time to come up with long-term guidelines for the sale of weapons. templar sports, the only store that sells guns would be able to continue sales during the moratorium. a 46-year-old man died after plunging into frigid waters during the escape from alcatraz. this is the swim portion of the race yesterday. organizers say the man from austin texas had a massive heart attack in the bay. the fire department pulled him out of the 55 degrees water, tried to revive him but just couldn't. this is the first death at the
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escape from alcatraz event since it started in 1981. investigators in san jose suspect arsonists could be behind a fire at a high school. that fire at independence high school broke out at noon yesterday. one building was badly damaged, but no one was injured. it is 6:36. time for a look at weather and traffic. >> happy monday morning. i'm the lucky one here. >> you are. >> hey folks, if you're headed out today, we have plenty of low clouds and fog that have moved on shore. over the bay we have cloudy skies as well. temperatures because of cloud cover staying up just a bit today. 48 degrees in san jose. 48 in san francisco. 46 in santa rosa. and 48 into oakland. high pressure will keep us dry today. by the afternoon, more sunshine, but look what we have out of the coastline, a cold
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front sliding our direction could bring in rain as early as tomorrow. today we stay dry. the temperatures on average usually to mid-60s. by this afternoon, running below average in many spots. only about 55 degrees in san francisco. 62 and some sunshine into san jose and 62 in livermore. more on the chance of rain coming up. 880 right now, a live look at conditions near the coliseum. no delays there. northbound clear toward the maze. southbound looking good through oakland. we have reports of an accident south 880 at 92. it is blocking one lane. you'll see delays headed toward the san mateo bridge connector there. elsewhere, bay bridge, metering lights on. we are getting word of a stalled vehicle past the toll plaza at the metering lights. elsewhere, westbound 58 # 0 continues to be a hot spot. that drive time keeps inching up. thank you gianna franco.
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get ready to pay more for parking around san francisco's at&t park during events. cate cauguiran is live at the ballpark with more on how much it will cost you to park there. i guess especially during baseball season. good morning. >> reporter: carry those extra ones, quarters, nicks dimes off of that. we're told the idea behind the changes is to help drivers or cut down circling from drivers in this area and better manage increased parking demand. these changes will take effect starting tonight. meters on blocks within walking distance will go until 10:00 p.m. on weeknights. transit leaders say the new changes will free up spots in south beach and mission bay. here are the new rates, in the event nights, rates will be 25- cents per hour. during games and events, rates will be between 5 and $7 an hour, depending on the distance from the park and these will start after 6:00 p.m.
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now, the first event where drivers can see the new changes will expect to be the world baseball classic starting march 17th. that will be the true test of the changes. >> the meters go into effect at 10:00 p.m. is this the first time we've seen this in the city. >> no, the port of san francisco has had these rates in place for the past three years. with this plan, leaders say they touched base with local businesses and residents in the area. there was some type of feed back involved. >> live in san francisco, thank you. an enp couraging development in the ongoing effort to eliminate hiv. a baby born with the aids virus appears to be cured. 30 hours of birth, the doctor gave the infant three antiviral drugs. the doctor lost touch with the mother and reconnected a year later. >> the mom admitted that she
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had not been giving the medicine for the past several months and i fully expected the babies viral load to have gone back up, but when we drew the test, we got back still an undetectable viral load. >> researchers say the child is functional functionally cured. early intervention appears to be the key to the favorable outcome. republicans look to stage a come back in california. melissa griffin is here and has highlights from the gop convention. . and a woman hoping to make a spot on an nfl roster. and the market opened about 10 minutes ago, let's take a quick check on the early numbers. off to a rough start. down down 52 points. we'll get an update from jason brooks am i allergic to any medications?
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convention this weekend. and this year's them . welcome back, california's republican party just wrapped up their three day convention this weekend, and year's theme was about rebuilding. >> melissa griffin joins us this morning. she was at the convention in sacramento, a big first for women in the party this year. pretty cool melissa. >> absolutely. harvey dillon, an attorney who is indian ethnically, and a sikh recommendationly, and a san francisco was elected by president of the party as a female, she is the first female vice president. and fyi, she's going to serve two two-year terms and generally speaking, gop, the person who is vice president go on to be the chairwoman, chairperson, so her future looks bright with the
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california republican party. >> are excellent. >> and how has the gop responded so far to the racist comments made. >> a couple other party members, women of all things, said he was a muslim sympathizer, and going back to the san francisco liberal thing ask the party came down like a ton of bricks, and they immediately decried it. representative darrell isa who spoke after karl rove specifically called out her, and said all this attention brought your candidacy to my attention and ended up getting her lots of great press and other people who have been watching republican politics in california said hey, look, a few years ago, the party may not have responded this way. they may have said this is
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their first amendment rights and they can do what they want. this year it wasn't tolerated. >> didn't hurt the party then. >> not this instance, during the previous election there were comments made about legitimate rape that the party failed to respond to, you know, in a very vigorous way. it was a good time that they saw this thing happen and it was an offensive comment and they responded parole. it seems -- appropriately. karl rove was one of the reasons i went. wanted to see if he had horns and a pitch fork like some people think. he was amicable, and his comments were things like get throughout and sell. but in a room full of donors and party loyalists, the notion that enthusiasm is the problem is not exactly identifying i think necessarily what this group needed to hear at the time.
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he focused on getting out your ground game and going door to door and the next time you or i are at safeway and trying to register voters, take a good look because it might be a republican. >> there has been a lot of talk about rebuilding after november. was there at this convention what they're going to do next for the building back. >> people definitely got this is a rebuilding year and there were lots of references to reaching out to hispanic voters, to social media, to walking precincts, a big focus of the group. they seem to be moving in the direction of more outreach, more grass roots, less top down involvement. in their mind, they need to get closer to elector rate. >> there's been some word about
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able modonaldo. >> the notion that they're electing harvey dillon, shows a real shift, i think, in where the california gop thinks it needs to be going. why they didn't discuss substantiative changes, their gay marriage or antiabortion, they definitely seem to be focusing on the grass roots and backing more moderate candidates, i think they e see that's something they need to do in order to survive. >> and you walked away with bling. >> there's things you can only buy at a gop convention. >> that's why i love america. >> jealous ladies. >> you can find more of melly saw's segments on cbssf.com slash -- melissa griffin's segments on cbssf.com.
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and there is uncertainty about the impact on the nation's economy as budget cuts are taking effect. here's jason brooks. >> good morning. apple stock was bruised o on friday following about 2 1/2 percent partly on worry? news from a key supplier, that could affect iphone sales and potentially samsung's jury verdict being reduced. and samsung will continue to look for ways on reducing that further and that has sent apple stock down to the lowest point. it's down another 1 percent today at $426 share. much better news for yahoo, despite the risks for the telecommunication issues, the stock is led to its highest point in 4 1/2 years now crossing $22 for the first time
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since july of 2008. federal budget cuts took effect over the weekend and wall street didn't seem too worried about that last week. even though the numbers are headed lower this morning, not all that bad. the dow dropping 36 points. nasdaq off by a about 5 in s&p. lowered by 1 point. jason brooks thank you. time for a look at what's coming up later on cbs this morning. >> charlie rose joins us from new york. george charlie. >> good morning. ahead, doctors say they have made medical history by effective liqueuring a child born with hiv. we'll talk to the aids experts about the implications. and a new jimmy hendrix album. the news is back in the morning and we'll see you with it at 7.
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>> r charlie thanks so much nothing like a little rock 'n' roll in the morning. >> it wakes you up. >> exactly. i come thumping into the attitude i don't do -- studio. be prepared for that. and we have big changes headed our way. i think we'll sneak sunshine in by the afternoon and it will be cool to mild arounded bay area. then a little rain on the way as he head in toward tomorrow. that's right. we could see showers make their way into the bay area. not today. it's just off the coastline and that ridge breaks down and by tomorrow, looks like wet weather likely to make a return at least by the afternoon, and then maybe more showers in through thursday. let's see if we can time this out with low clouds early on. clearing out skies as we head in toward the afternoon. lingering clouds, and then the
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cold front dives into the area. and scattered showers on and off. sfo, planes on rival, almost an hour now. if you're headed across the country, could see trouble spots spots snow, denver and chicago. temperatures around the bay area will be cooler. 50s and 60s. and the next couple of days, returns to rainfall late in the day. next weekend, return to dry weather and sunny conditions. not looking forward to the rain. let's head to the bay bridge right now where traffic is stacked up. lots of company there. meeterring lights have been turned on for 45 minutes. slow past the pay gates and up the incline, earlier vehicles cleared out of the roadway. and we're seeing extra volume on the westbound side of the san mateo bridge toward foster city. no delays on the eastbound
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side. looking at a 16 minute ride between 880 and 101. that earlier accident now cleared out of lanes. if you're headed toward the bay bridge, coming off the east shore freeway, you'll see yellow. slow and go conditions as well. 880 not doing too badly near embark karo. keep that in -- embarcadero. highway 24 looking good. elsewhere, northbound 101 looking good. 280 clear and no delays along 92. that's a look at traffic. back to. you there will be no storybook ended for the first woman to compete in an nfl try out. >> at least not yet. lauren silverman, the first to complete in an nfl trial said she hurt her leg practicing this week. her two kicks at a regional combine went less than 20 yards. after her failed kicks, she stopped and met with medical staff. >> i suffered a probably a quad injury and i tried to stay off
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it and waited for today. i didn't take kicks in warm up, and sorry. >> you can tell she's very frustrated. the 28-year-old has never been on a football team. this is amazing. she play soccer the at the university of wisconsin and started kicking footballs as a hobby a few months ago. i wish we should show better video of her kicks, good for her for trying out. time is 6:54. >> all right coming up, a final check of your top stories. and a new bundle of joy, the white ball of fluff making its debut at the buffalo zoo. and harshness of bleach. and free ourselves from worrying about the ones we love. lysol power & free has more cleaning power than bleach. how? the secret is the hydrogen peroxide formula. it attacks tough stains
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top stories, campbell police are investigating their first homicide in six years. >> a teenager was found shot last night near the intersection of dunn store drive. richard vega later died at a hospital. the motive is unclear but police are looking at all possibilities including gang. and four deadly shootings involved police in the last two days. an officer with a civilian ride along stopped to check out a parked car on fletcher lane. a driver tried to speed way hitting an open door of the parole car. the officer opened fire in defense of the civilians life ask his own. a passenger in the suspect's car later died. get ready to pay more for metering parking outside at&t park. on game or event days, you'll be charged anywhere from 5 to $7 per hour. the race will be in effect from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
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the meters will charge 25-cents per hour. that's a huge change. 5 to $7. it just keeps getting more and more. >> i don't think many people are going to be parking there. that's probably the idea, they want to keep those roads clean use mass transiting. we have a lot of clouds out there right now. temperatures running in the 40s at this hour. kind of mild. that's because of the cloud cover. by this afternoon, we'll see lingering clouds toward the coastline. 50s inside the bay and tomorrow rain wednesday and thursday. and metering lights are on and you can see traffic is backed up at least until west grand. some traffic conditions right now, if we can jump to, i believe it's 880. traffic isn't doing too beadily through this area. >> and we end with a super cudly start to your workweek. >> luna a baby polar bear made
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her public debut on friday. she's too small to go on exhibit to the public but the zoo will have a camera on her and will be updating her facebook page as the cub grows up. >> too cute. have a great day, everyone.
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released from hospital admitted friday for a gastro gastrointestinal bug. >> people across minneapolis and chicago are bracing themselves for what could be the biggest storm of the season as snow blows in from the dakotas. >> the florida sinkhole that swallowed a sleeping man is just about done. officials gave the go ahead to

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